Anyone entering this multi-discipline program will be exposed to a wide variety of exciting experiences. Lab-based projects with related instruction may be applied in commercial, residential, governmental and recreational environments. You will learn the basics of the “green” industries before declaring an area of concentration picked from a variety of disciplines. Career pathways offered through Natural Resource Technology lead you to excellent opportunities at area community colleges and career schools. Graduates also leave with the skills required to immediately enter the workforce. Areas of concentration, or “majors”, in Natural Resource Technology include environmental forestry management, golf course and turf grass management, landscape design, retail garden center and horticulture management, water and soil conservation science, entomology and pest science, forestry law and wildlife management.
Park Forestry Manager
Golf Course Superintendent
Golf Course Maintenance Technician
Retail Garden Manager
Land Survey Technician
Law and Turf Care Technician
Inventory Control Specialist
Landscape Horticulture Designer
Certifications and Credentials
American Junior Forestry Certification
Junior Wildlife Manager Certification
Natural Resource Environmentalist Certification
Ohio Nursery State Certification
Ohio Turf Grass Certification
Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association Certification
Did you Know?
This program has developed excellent partnerships with local golf courses, garden centers, landscape contractors, lawn care companies, local and state parks and recreation departments and other businesses provide opportunities to gain industry experience while still in high school.
Sinclair Community College and Clark State Community College Tech Prep Scholarship ($3,000)
Ohio State University
Ohio State ATI
Kent State University
Clark State Community College
Career-Technical Student Organization affiliation - National FFA Organization
Contact David Sproull, Natural Resource Technology instructor at email@example.com.